Regularized Upper Incomplete Gamma Functions

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Does anyone know of any properties in relation to adding two upper incomplete regularized gamma functions?

i.e. can you write

Q(a,z1) - Q(a,z2) = Q(a,X) ?
where X(z1,z2)

Extra information: a is a positive half-integer.

Natski
 
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If anyone feels that this problem is not solvable then please say so too!
 
Does anyone know of any properties in relation to adding two upper incomplete regularized gamma functions?

i.e. can you write

Q(a,z1) - Q(a,z2) = Q(a,X) ?
where X(z1,z2)

Extra information: a is a positive half-integer.

Natski

I feel it will not be possible to find such an X, if it should be a function of z1 and z2 only. Of course for each possible z1,z2,a you can define X as the number to satisfy your equation, but this is probabably not what you want.:smile:
 

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